And Jesus had compassion on the man whose leprosy deformed what he really looked like too. Both of the readings today are about miracles though. These miracles were not performed just for the person who received them though. And when Jesus healed the leper, the people would recognize the presence of God among them too, especially the priest that was to be a witness to this miracle. Maybe what we could learn from both of the readings today is that our lives can be healed. Not just our bodies, but our lives can be healed too.
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Not everyone has a perfect life. Many of us wish things could be better in our lives. If it comes as a world record, I would appreciate it. But I would treat it as a personal best. My mind feels good.
I sleep in a free way, and I enjoy life. A good-enough mindset might very well be the key to being great and happy. Just think about your own life. During the times you were happiest and performed best, were you striving? Were you chasing after something? Or were you more like Kipchoge—grounded, at peace, and feeling good enough with what was in front of you? Quite the opposite, actually. Though they may run counter to so much of the current ethos, adopting the following core principles of good enough is likely the best route to being happier and getting better. Or we ignore our problems altogether, either numbing or distracting ourselves or striving to make things better without ever acknowledging our true starting point.
Progress in anything requires confronting and accepting where you are. Not at all. It means taking a reading of a situation, feeling it and embracing it as completely as one can manage, however challenging or horrible it may be, and recognizing that things are as they are, independent of our liking or disliking and wanting it to be different. Most people want results now. How your tone has changed, speaking of which where is 27Train.. Never change Coiler fans..
Best time to trade Lucic is next July. His real salary will be 1, 5, 4 — 10 mil over 3 years with a 18 mil cap hit. If we trade Lucic this July 2, he makes 3,4,5,4 — 16 mil over 4 years with a 24 mil cal hit. Only scenerio in trading him is if we either retain 2 mil which makes him a positive asset or take salary back.
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Lucic would make 1,2,3,2 — total of 8 mil over 4 years if we retained 2 million and traded him. The salary back would be a player like Eriksson 18 mil or a combo of players like Smith and Pageau 13 mil. Nuge and Chia are very reliable guys who could mentor a young Rookie and cover any defensive blemishes. Benson is tough on the puck and is great on the cycle. That second line could eat A ton of minutes wearing down opponents in the offensive end, drawing penalties and contributing offensively. I think the oil really need to target a strong third line center. Of course Nuge could be that guy if you take Drai off the wing but then you need to find another elite winger for the top line.
But it has to be a proven guy. Russell and a later pick? Although Toronto is more about the Stats than the eye. Maybe it will cost Nurse? What would a line with Kadri and Lucic look like? Physical for sure. Would you add JUhjar to them? Adds to the size, but has enough of a scoring touch that he and Kadri could connect for a few while Lucic Catches his breath. You could also have Kassian instead of Juhjar.
This of course means JJ and Chiason need contracts.
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This also leaves Puljujarvi and Ty Rattie still needing contracts. They may walk. And what to do with Jessie?
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Is there too much bad blood to ask him to play in The AHL for an entire year? Can he even do that or are waivers automatic now? I think it may be a case of sign and trade, or trade his rights. Which is a shame. I love this player. The plus side of trading nurse gives room on the back end for one of the young lefties who are pushing for a spot.
The down side is that internally you are not replacing Nurse as a player. He is top 4 except when paired with Russell. When Klefbom was out Nurse was the best blue. He is 32 and a right shot. He could be a perfect stop gap while the team waits for prospect Evan Bouchard. Could a 3 year deal work? Same could be said for Bouchard in place of Benning.
Benning could also realistically be transferred to 7D but I think he loses value as soon as you do that. My big question is goaltending. Add one of the 2 Hurricanes and hope that guy, and perhaps better goaltending coaching, pushes Koskinen to be more consistent if nothing else? Of course should they decide to go after a Anders Lee or Ryan Dzingel then all of this changes drastically.
You need at least 8 top 6 forwards to go deep in the playoffs. I would argue that the top 6 did their pArt last year. Secondary is what lacked. It just creates a larger discrepancy between the top and bottom of the roster. Hey your back, good to see you got over your Lamers first round exit… yet again… you would know a lot about wishful thinking like that your Lamers were going to make it past the first round, but we all knew they wouldnt…lol. Ask Calgary and Tampa about lacking grit and toughness come playoff time. With any luck we can find someone willing to take a chance on him.
He openly talked about playing in his home town of Vancouver. Babysteps people. Maybe…maybe season? Can you imagine if the Oilers signed subban? Might as well grab webber and chara as well.. It would be very difficult to get more top 6 forwards. The Oilers need to revise their bottom 6 forwards, They were the problem.
The top 2 lines were as good as the top 2 lines on other teams. They need to revamp the bottom 2 lines and they will have a chance to make playoffs. Trading Lucic?!?! Bahahahaha Wishful thinking indeed.
Everyone was pining for him for years.. Lol — the very definition of wishful thinking. I think we may have to hang onto most of our bad contracts until next year Lucic is a lot more manageable beginning next year to trade , Sekera to buy out, etc. It will be another tough year slugging through the salary cap hell we are in. I hate to say it but it will take that long to be out from under a lot of those contracts.
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